It may have been cold but morale was high as 28 people from Fort Frances to Rainy River took off from the Rejuvenate Fitness Club in Emo on Saturday at 9 a.m. for the third-annual 5K walk/run in conjunction with Spring Fever Days.
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Although winter just doesn’t seem to want to loosen its grip on the district, a large number of people from across the area turned out to celebrate Spring Fever Days in Emo on April 16-18.
Merchants and event organizers all were pleased with the warm, sunny weather on Friday and with the number of people who decided to take advantage of the spring-like atmosphere.
This year’s “Spring Fever Days” (April 16-18) will be a busy time for many people across the district.
One event that should not be missed, however, is the men’s monthly breakfast meeting at the Emo Legion this Saturday at 8 a.m.
The Emo seniors’ carpet bowling club has added a whole new dimension to their Thursday morning activities.
Last Thursday, the group received two brand new Nintendo Wii video systems—complete with sports and fitness software and flat-screen TVs.
As March roared out like a lion, a small but enthusiastic audience gathered at Backus Auditorium in International Falls to listen to the heart-warming “small town stories” of Neal Hagberg.
The Royal Canadian Legion Br. #99 in Emo will hold its annual Good Friday fish fry on April 10 from 5-7 p.m.
The meal will consist of walleye, mashed potatoes, potato salad, baked beans, wild rice casserole, buns, pie, tea, and coffee.
The cost is $13 for adults and $5 for children six and under, with take-outs orders available before 4 p.m.
The Emo-Devlin-Barwick Minor Hockey Association celebrated the end of another successful season at its annual awards banquet last Friday (April 4) at the Emo-La Vallee Community Centre.
It was a special evening for the association as the executive created a new award—the “Tony Bliss Appreciation Award” for the most improved player in the Novice division.
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The Emo Walleye Classic is looking for interested individuals/groups to be outside vendors during this year’s tournament, which will run May 28-30.
This is an excellent money-making opportunity.
If you are interested in providing a food booth, or you just need more information, call 482-2234 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Grant, granddaughter of Neil Grant and grand-niece of Mac Fischer, performed a traditional sword dance during the Emo Country Club’s tour of Ireland last Tuesday.